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Victoria Miro Gallery

London, United Kingdom
Official website: Victoria Miro Gallery

From the ‘About’ section of the gallery website: “One of the largest commercial spaces in London, Victoria Miro Gallery represents established names such as film and installation artist Doug Aitken, and younger talent including Conrad Shawcross; and also works with the estates of artists such as, among others, the painter Alice Neel. The gallery represents two winners of the Turner Prize: Chris Ofili, who won the prize in 1998, and the 2003 winner Grayson Perry, as well as four Turner Prize nominees: Ian Hamilton Finlay, Peter Doig, Isaac Julien, and Phil Collins. As it approaches its twenty-fifth anniversary, the gallery ethos remains consistent: to promote great and innovative artists and to nurture the best talent from the new generation of artists around the world”

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Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 2002

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Review relating to an exhibition, 1996

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Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 2002

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Review relating to an exhibition, 2002

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Review relating to an exhibition, 2002

Exhibitions at this venue

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Solo show at Victoria Miro Gallery. 1996

People who have appeared at this venue

»  Chris Ofili

Born, 1968 in Manchester, UK